Today marks the first day of Finals. For the past week, it's been nothing but studying, reading, and preparing for today. For people like me, the hardest part is over. Last week was basically my finals week and this week is just a coast to the end of the semester. This semester, a lot of my teachers decided to do final presentations, projects, and papers instead of finals. I like this a lot better, because it something concrete that you can finish and be done with. Once you are done with a paper or project, you just have to wait to turn it in.
It's that occasion again when I fill your time with a re-capturing of my past week. But before I do that let's talk about you, let's sit down with me at my kitchen table in Barcelona, and you where it is you kids hangout now a days and talk.
It has been an extremely exciting weekend here at the University of Colorado. More exciting than anything else though, was the CU vs. Kansas basketball game yesterday. It does not do the game justice to just describe the incredible ending so here’s how the game went from beginning to end.
Hello and happy Sunday! This past week has been pretty busy, but thankfully not too busy. It was very easy getting back into the swing of things after coming back from thanksgiving break. There were definitely times this past week when I wished my mom was here to make me a nice home cooked meal after attending class in -7 degree weather, but I made it through. As I said in my last post, the weather this past week (2nd-7th), has been brutally cold.
Well, it’s that time again--- midterm time. During this crazy week, you might find me locked away in my most favorite study spots on campus, or procrastinating in my most favorite spots around Boulder. This midterm week(s) I have done a little bit of both. You see, my time here in Boulder and at...
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